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Lesson Ideas for Primary and Secondary School Maths Teachers
If you teach Maths activities pick KS1, KS2, KS3 or KS4 and see the great range of Maths worksheets and Maths lesson plans that UK companies and organisations have created for you to use for free. Keeping Maths fun and interesting is one of the challenges that teachers face day in and day out. Pupils need to be kept engaged, and even though there are countless activities and quizzes, fact sheets and past papers available for free on the net, it can be a huge job sifting through to find the great mathematical ideas that will really engage the students.
All Key Stage Maths Teachers can Revel in the Wonderful Free Material on Offer
There is a plethora of activities and ideas out there on the internet and this site lists some of the best for teaches to use in their classrooms. From help with numeracy at KS1 and KS2, from some of the UK’s best loved animal charities who offer fun Maths activities, to the serious business of GCSEs, Bell numbers and algebra for teachers of key stage 3 and key stage 4.
Maths can be traditionally a little mind boggling so these free lesson plans, interactive games, wall posters and ideas can help you bring a little more mathematical sparkle into your classroom. Maths is one of the most important subjects in the UK curriculum and if pupils can engage with the subject at an early age and get a grasp of the basic concepts at KS1 and KS2 then by the time they get to the mathematical challenges posed by KS3 algebra and KS4 trigonometry they should be able to pick up the concepts.
The site will point teachers in the direction of lots of teaching resources to help, plus ideas for GCSE revision, GCSE bite size and many more educational resource tips including the best free resources in the educational marketplace.
For more general advice and help it may be worth taking a look at the Maths association website.